Basualdo, Eduardo b.1977 / Untitled (2012)
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about this work
In Eduardo Basualdo’s artistic practice emotional states are often expressed by using topics and images derived from nature. These charcoal drawings depict  moments of tension, fragility where all of the depicted rocks seem to be in danger of sliding down a slope any moment.
1.)Two stones seem to have stopped each other from sliding down a slope.
2.)Two stones seem to have stopped each other from sliding down a cleft of a rock.
3.)Lying on top of a hill, a rock seems to be in danger of sliding down any moment. 

Additionally, some of the drawing can be read as a reflection about togetherness as the rocks are preventing each other from falling.

Eduardo Basualdo (b.1977, Argentina)

Untitled (2012), 2012

Crayon on paper, framed
3 framed works each: 48.5 x 36 cm.
3 framed works each: 19 1/8 x 14 3/16 in.
Provenance:
PSM Gallery, Berlin, Germany Current Location:
USA - New Jersey S - M Works on PaperLatin America

exhibitions

"Everything You Are I Am Not": Highlights of the Tiroche DeLeon LATAM Collection, curated by Catherine Petitgas
Mana Wynwood, Miami, US
December 2015

Eduardo T. Basualdo: Nervio
Le Musée départemental d’art contemporain, Rochechouart, France
March 2013 - June 2013

Artwork History
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